Montserrado County Senator, and staunch member of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), Saah Joseph, has admitted that many Liberians are suffering from hunger under the Weah-Taylor regime.
Adressing scores of citizens during his welcoming ceremony at the weekend in Monrovia, Sen. Joseph among other things also admitted that citizens across the country do not have access to job opportunities for better education.
The Mont County Senator who also chairs the Statutory Committee on Executive, named poor health condition including the lack of job to improve the livelihood of ordinary citizens as major constraints faced by the people under the CDC-led government.
He also identified the riding of motorbike for commercial purpose as their only source of income for Liberian youths, and thereby questioning the status of their future in the next ten years or so.
Meanwhile, Sen. Joseph has at the same time sent out an open challenge to his constituents, stating that he should be replaced in the 2023 elections if they ever find anyone who has worked more than him in serving the people of Montserrado County.
He furthered bragged that his services in the county and other parts of the country are not based on political motives, instead his commitment and responsibility in seeking the interest of his people.
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